My name is Hugo R. Moreno and my brother in M. Tonatiuh Moreno. We are Amoeba, the Mexican people who made Chaneques, that little game you reviewed in your excellente magazine.
My name is Hugo R. Moreno and my brother in M. Tonatiuh Moreno. We are Amoeba, the Mexican people who made Chaneques, that little game you reviewed in your excellent magazine.
We feel very excited because it is wonderful to see in the pages of an international mag the characters we created in our home.
We are now working on a new game (some kind of platform-shoot/beat-'em up with fantasy characters) and our biggest hope (maybe impossible) is to see it on one of your Coverdisks. Our next project will be the sequel to Chaneques, with bigger sprites, better graphics and music, and a better control-system.
Now we want to say something to Escom: Please, don't forget this country! There are a lot of people here in Mexico who are very enthusiastic Amiga-users and wiht adequate marketing, the best machine in the world- the Amiga- will sell like hot-cakes here. it's time to say "adiós". We'll keep in touch! Long live the Amiga!
Thank you very much. It is easy for people to become Eurocentric and think of the Amiga as a European machine. But Escom are looking into setting up distribution in America, Africa, the Far East and Australia, as well as Europe. I hope you will continue to develop excellent games for the Amiga.